PolyVision Debuts Bluetooth Interactive Whiteboard
PolyVision has launched its new "eno," a new classroom technology designed to combine a traditional whiteboard and magnetic surface with Bluetooth-enabled interactive capabilities.
The new eno line, available in multiple sizes and configurations, is a three-in-one whiteboard, with support for dry-erase, magnets, and interactivity. It includes a Bluetooth stylus and what the company described as an "evolutionary open software platform." As an interactive whiteboard, the eno is cord-free and wireless. The stylus works of a triple-A battery; there are no "hard" connections for power or data.
The PolyVision eno supports Mac OS X and Windows. Further information can be found here.
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